Wednesday, June 26, 2013

Question 5: WomanTalk Live 5: What needs to be said bigger, louder, stronger?

Day 26 of 100 Days of Blogging

I had the opportunity to answer 5 provocative questions asked by Ann Quasman host of WomanTalk Live Radio Show. The description of Ann's shows on her website:

A More Conscious Conversation

We don’t know about you, but we’ve had enough of the fluff.
Enough of the kind of topics that only skim the surface of who we are as women.
We want to go deeper.
We want to talk about topics and issues that support and inspire us.
We want to have conversations that make a difference – in our own lives and in the lives of other women. Everywhere.
We want to get involved, and we want to evolve.
We want a more conscious conversation.
So, enough of the fluff. Let’s start talking.

The 5th question Ann asked me:

What needs to be said bigger, louder, stronger? 

My Answer: "In Heal My Voice, we are calling out to every woman to share her VOICE. It means being vulnerable. It takes courage and we are doing this together. Every time a woman shares her story, her journey, the things that she has hidden because of trauma, shame, grief or loss, she gives another woman permission to do the same. Marianne Williamson said this in 1997 in her book, Return to Love, and it is still true. If I take a risk, be vulnerable and share my VOICE, it creates a pathway for you to share yours. YOUR VOICE MATTERS!"

How would you answer this question? What do you think needs to be said bigger, louder, stronger?

To read all 5 Questions and Answers, Click Here: WomanTalk LIVE

Andrea Hylen is the Founder of Heal My Voice, a global community of Empowered voices. The mission is to empower women to heal a story in their lives, reclaim personal power and step into greater leadership at the dinner table, in their communities and in the world. Working with everyday extraordinary women, projects in 2013 include Voices of Peace, Voices of Love, and Voices of Feminine Leadership. Current pilot projects include working with women with the experience of prison: letter circles and opportunities to write their stories. Andrea is a speaker on Collaboration as a Business Model, Empowerment and Grief Transformation and the author of four books. She lives in Santa Monica, California where she can be found regularly dancing on the beach.

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